Inertial separation

Inertial separation uses a rapid change in air direction and the principles of inertia to separate mass (particulate) from the air stream. Particles at a certain velocity tend to remain at that velocity and travel in a continuous direction. This principle is normally applied when there is a high concentration of course particulate, and in many cases as prefiltration mode to higher efficiency final filters.



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